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Partnership for Climate Finance and Development

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  • 1. Partnership for Climate Finance and Development Alexis Robert OECD Development Co-operation Development First Experts’ Meeting of the ENVIRONET and WP-STAT Task Team on improving Rio markers, environment and development finance statistics March 21, 2014
  • 2. What is the Partnership for Climate Finance and Development? • Launched at the 4th High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness in Busan, Korea, in 2011 • Promotes effective deployment of climate finance at country-level • Brings together climate change, finance and development co-operation communities • Works at the country, regional and global levels. • Seeks to improve how climate finance is accessed, managed and used.
  • 3. Who are in the Partnership? As of March 2014, 30 countries and institutions support the Partnership.
  • 4. What does the Partnership do? Governments in partner countries work together to develop in-country capacity to effectively manage and deliver climate finance, with the collective support from climate finance and development co-operation providers as well as from civil society stakeholders. These in-country approaches and experiences are shared with countries at the regional and global levels, and supported by the Partnership.
  • 5. Realising the Partnership at country, regional and global levels Country level • Promote institutional mechanisms to effectively manage and deliver climate finance • Support technical capacities and systems to identify, track and assess climate finance Regional level • Encourage Regional Climate Change Finance Platforms Global level • Map existing initiatives to identify links between climate and development policy communities • Global meetings to facilitate and contribute to cross-regional knowledge exchange • Facilitate dialogue with and support implementation of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) • Disseminate the work of the Partnership by bringing together climate change practitioners with development practitioners
  • 6. Global Forum, Incheon December 2012 • Global Forum on Using Country Systems to Manage Climate Change Finance – 150+ participants, from 24 countries • Key findings: – Importance of climate spend through the budget and other extra-budgetary systems – Public climate finance disbursed through a growing number of modalities, including programmatic support – Need to strengthen the mechanisms for measuring the impact and results of climate policy and finance
  • 7. Regional Dialogues • Latin America – Regional Dialogue on Climate Finance in Latin America and Caribbean – Previous dialogues hosted by Honduras and El Salvador – 3rd Regional Dialogue, Buenos Aires, August 2013 • Africa – Initial activities to identify officials interested in participating in a regional platform – Tentatively planning session at the LEDS GP Annual Workshop, Kenya, 24-27 June 2014
  • 8. Focus Session at the 1st HLM of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation, Mexico City • High-level panel of partner countries, donors, CSOs and IOs • Synthesis of key findings on countries’ experiences in managing climate finance • Forward-looking discussion on climate finance and development processes in the post-2015 era • April 15, 15:00-16:30
  • 9. Thank you! www.oecd.org/development/environment-development/climate-partnership.htm • What should be the future priority topics for the Partnership for Climate Finance and Development? • How should the ENVIRONET-WP-STAT Task Team engage with the Partnership, (i.e. on relevant topics of tracking climate finance)? Questions for discussion

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